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Wayne Goss The Brow Set Launches

Wayne Goss The Brow Set
Wayne Goss The Brow Set

The Brow Set ($55.00)

  • BRUSH 21 With a flat and fine tipped edge crafted of natural hair, the #21 brush is designed to work with any brow product from pencils to pomade. Just the right amount of stiffness allows application to reach each and every hair. All the way to skin at the base of your brow.
  • BRUSH 22 This double-ended brush takes every look to a new level. From blending an ombre brow or adding definition using the long hair natural bristles. The fine-toothed comb after a coat of mascara makes starburst splayed lashes finally yours!
  • BRUSH 23 An upscale take on the classic spoolie. The cone-shaped brush makes finding your brow’s natural shape a breeze while removing any foundation trapped in the hair.

AVAILABILITY | September 16th, 9AM PST, at Beautylish


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Deidre Avatar

I am sure they are nice brushes but it does seem a bit expensive for 3 brushes, especially when you can get decent spoolie and bristle/comb brushes most places for cheaper. If you want an innovative brush to apply pomade get IT Cosmetics Build-A-Brow Brush #12 as it has a brush to apply the product and a spoolie on the other end.

Amy Avatar

Are the teeth on that mascara comb plastic??

Anyhoo, I feel like that’s a lot of money for almost nothing. Is there such a thing as a high-grade spoolie?

Elena Avatar

Lol! I love your question! The spoolie I have is the ugliest brush in my stash that I got as Lancome GWP forever ago. I love it and don’t think it’s possible to upgrade its performance. So, raspberry pink plastic handle in a sea of black is not going to go anywhere for a while.

Amy Avatar

Haha, love those Lancome gifts! i have a bright pink set of free brushes from them and they’re not half bad! I mean, for being free and all.

My spoolie is the free one they give you at Lush when you buy one of their liquid pigment things.

Nancy T Avatar

A bit extravagant, I’d say. I already have good quality brow brushes that I got dirt cheap in my super old Mirraq brush set that I bought many years ago. All of them are still in primo condition, too. Except for the blush brush, which after around 4-5 years, came out of the ferrule.

juanita Avatar

he does not disappoint with his brushes, yes they are pricey, but they are the softest, no shedding, no disturbing my makeup, best brushes i’ve ever used. knocks all the mid-range, and some high end out of the park! hopefully he sells these individually. maybe solo they won’t be as bad, i hope anyway. i don’t see myself using the comb and brush combo.

Donna Avatar

I 100% agree with everything you said. I got to listen on the conference call and watch his live video with BeautyLish.Com on the debut date. I had no intentions of purchasing mainly because of that 1980’s plastic version with the brush & plastic comb!! No one even sells those anymore and I am sure not even the Dollar Store. He was asked if the brushes will be sold separately and he said not right now. I think he will “break up the set” (his word’s exactly) after all the holiday’s. I ended up getting it and I have to say, just that 1 brush was well worth it, just like all of his other brushes!

markiebamboo Avatar

These look exactly like the ones you can get at Target for a dollar each brush. I am surprised it mentions an ombre brow as he doesn’t seem to like that trend.

xamyx Avatar

I *knew* the brushes looked familiar, LOL! He has a video about the Beauty Blender where he mentions a lot of brands all use the same product/manufacturer, slap on their own label, and retail across the spectrum. I guess it’s a practice he’s familiar with…

Ti Avatar

I love Wayne’s videos (and shelled out for some of his other brushes), but he’s really on one, with this brow set. I honestly wish Beautylish would stop emailing me about it, because there’s no way I’m shelling out that kind of dough for a freakin’ spoolie and a couple of generic brushes. Sorry, Wayne, but this one’s a hard pass.

BonnieBBon Avatar

I know right? I bought his eye set and am working on buying the others I want individually but have zero interest in the brow set. I didn’t RSVP to any of the Beautylish avalanche of invites so I don’t get why I’m still being mail bombed about this. I got 3 (!!!!!!) Emails today alone. I love Wayne, I freaking worship my eye set and I think Beautylish is a fabulous company but dang! Enough with the mail. My lack of response should be a heads up.

Bonnie Avatar

Hey, other Bonnie! 😉 and Ti,
Agreeeee completely! I rsvp’d to the Chikuhodo brush set and bought it, the CT matte revolution lipsticks and bought them, but THIS was DEFINITELY a hard pass, right from the get go. As in before I even saw the pictures. C’mon Wayne, REALLY???

BonnieBBon Avatar

Hi other Bonnie! 🙂 I completely agree with your “C’mon Wayne”. That was pretty much my response. It really is sort of a blatant money grab. I’d say we are 3 outta 3 bcuz it was a hard pass sight unseen for me too.

Mel Avatar

I pre-ordered my set last week and will be receiving them today. I didn’t mine the $55 price tag for the set. I love Wayne’s brushes and the quality of handmade Japanese brushes. I compared the WG brow set price to individually sold Hakuhodo brushes: Hakuhodo Kokutan brown comb brush it’s $30.00 (the bristle and comb are the same), J5549 eyebrow angled brush is $22.00 (most similar to WG 21 brush), that is $52.00 for just two brushes. The Hakuhodo B013 Mascara Brush is $14.00 on it’s own.

Sf Avatar

Well, it’s true you can buy brow brushes and combs very cheaply but I still purchased the brow set – not least because they’ll match my other WG brushes ? – which I’m very satisfied with. I’ve been using the same synthetic brow brush and Clinique brow powder for 25 years. – good enough to give a bit of definition but certainly not a ‘groomed’ appearance. With so much emphasis on brow grooming I finally do feel that I’d like to ‘up my brow game’ and spend a bit more effort on my uneven, sparse brows. It’s a nice set – a bit expensive but they look nice and I’m certain will be well made. I expect them to last me a good 40 years by which time I’ll be 90.

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